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Friday, March 24 2017 @ 11:51 PM AST

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Aruba non-performing loans rate improving, Central Bank says

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Trinidad & Tobago Govt withdraws US$251 million from its sovereign wealth fund

Finance Minister Colm Imbert (below right) skipped Parliament today.

Prime Minister Keith Rowley (below left) said nothing to reporters at post-Cabinet media briefing yesterday (March 16, 2017).
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What do you know about the Consumer Affairs Division?

Trade & Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon takes a 'we-fie' with participants of the 'What you know about Consumer Affairs Division (CAD)' game.

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Bermuda, Mexico sign Mou to promote each other's tourism

The Governments of Bermuda and Mexico have signed an agreement to cooperate in the development and promotion of each country’s tourism market, the Bermuda Government said in a March 14 statement.

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Caribbean Airlines pays US$200,000 for 'cosmetic' website upgrade

Trinidad and Tobago-based Caribbean Airlines paid US$200,000 for a 'cosmetic' website upgrade, Caribbean Airlines Vice President Commercial (Ag) Sean Quong Sing told Parliament's 7th Public Joint Select Committee (JSC) Meeting on State Enterprises today.